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GP Week : Issue 224
The last time a Williams started in the top three at the British Grand Prix 2002 Out of 4 – If Lewis Hamilton wins three out of the next four races he will exactly tie Ayrton Senna’s 41 wins in 161 career starts 3 Km/h – The McLaren’s straightline speed deficit in the qualifying speed trap 20.4 Out of 16 – Jenson Button has still never finished on the podium in the British Grand Prix, the most-ever starts by a driver in his home Grand Prix without doing so 0 Lewis Hamilton is now tied with Damon Hill for the second-longest streak of front row starts ever. Only Ayrton Senna has ever had a longer run (24, in 1988-89) 17 The 2015 British GP saw the 900th start for a Ferrari engine in the world championship, but only the 898th for the constructor. The discrepancy comes from Enzo Ferrari not entering his team for the 1960 US and 1966 British GPs, while privateers entered Ferrari-powered Coopers each time 900 1.533 Seconds – Fernando Alonso’s gap to the best Q1 time in Austria 1.532 Hamilton’s race win came on the 62nd anniversary of Mike Hawthorn’s win at Reims in 1953, the first ever success for a British driver in a World Championship Grand Prix 1953 Seconds – Fernando Alonso’s gap to the best Q1 time in Britain, on a much longer circuit 8 Lewis Hamilton’s eighth career hat-trick moves him level with Alain Prost and Sebastian Vettel. Only Fangio (9), Clark (11) and Schumacher (22) have taken more 30 GPWEEK.com // 30 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> BRITAIN PARTNERS: the numbers